Rio's puts a contemporary spin on traditional dishes from Peru, Brazil, Lima, and Argentina. Using plantains, yuca, coriander, and other exotic ingredients and spices, the staff offer a new take on South American steak and seafood specialties, all served in a dining room brimming with colorful mosaic tiles. Ceviches include the Japanese/Peruvian fusion Nikkei, which uses ginger and soy sauce. Argentinean spices enliven char-grilled strip steak in the bife de chorizo. And the arroz con camarones features shrimp and rice simmering in a broth with white wine and brandy. Finish with one of seven desserts, including passion fruit cheesecake or Peruvian flan.